Feeders

Premier Blenheim Poultry Feeder w/Grill - 13 Lb.

Best Feeder I've Had

NorthFLChick

Pros: Almost zero waste

Cons: Sits low for my DP hens

I first saw this feeder in a hatchery catalog but when I tried to order from them, they were sold out. I finally found one online through Fleming Outdoors and it was $7 less than the hatchery's price. A hat to cover the feeder is available for another $10 but since the feeder comes with a top and we have a covered run, I didn't order the hat.   I love this feeder! We've tried several...
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Works well for a place to perch
Works well for a place to perch

Plastic Flip Top Poultry Feeder

Pros: long for easy access for all

Cons: collects lots of poo from chicks standing on it. Constantly refilling. Flip top not convenient.

Had a couple issues
Had a couple issues

11 lb Plastic Hanging Feeder

Pros: It hangs and it is big enough so u dont have to fill it up as often

Cons: The bottom screw needs to always be tighten

Cheap Cheap Feeder - With Good Quality
Cheap Cheap Feeder - With Good Quality
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11 lb Plastic Hanging Feeder

11 lb Plastic Hanging Feeder

“I have had 2 of these feeders for about a month. When I got them the bottoms completely fell and i was worried it would always Fall off. But it really hasn't fell but we makesure the screw is always tight. Not the best feeder their is but its doing the job.” --barneveldrerman

80% Positive Reviews
12 lb. Metal Hanging Poultry Feeder

12 lb. Metal Hanging Poultry Feeder

“Personally I was kind of disappointed with this feeder. The metal rods that hold the base of the feeder to the top kept falling out, and eventually got lost. Also, feed would get stuck in the center and mold. Other than that it is a pretty decent, durable feeder.” --mymilliefleur

100% Positive Reviews
12" Plastic Poultry Feeder

12" Plastic Poultry Feeder

This 12" feeder is good for chicks and pullets, it can be hanged in a cage or coop.

12" Slide Top Feeder - 9814

12" Slide Top Feeder - 9814

“We got this feeder thinking it would be helpful to have a bit larger one that would hold more food for our young chicks. They hated the slide top and refused to stick their heads into the feeder holes. We ended up taking the top off and just using the bottom part as a trough (and dealt with the mess they made tromping in the food). Finally gave up using it altogether when the chicks got so big...” --NorthFLChick

43% Positive Reviews
18" Slide Top Feeder - 9822

18" Slide Top Feeder - 9822

Little Giant ground feeders are constructed of high quality galvanized steel and feature rolled edges for safety. Individual holes minimize waste. Top slides off for easy access.

22 lb. Plastic Hanging Feeder

22 lb. Plastic Hanging Feeder

“ It works great for my backyard flock I love that you can see the feed unlike the metal ones. The chickens love it. ” --2seth2

100% Positive Reviews
24" Reel Top Feeder - 9824

24" Reel Top Feeder - 9824

“This is really a great feeder. The only complaint I have is the chicks roost on it and get more poo in it then other feeders. However, it much easier to clean then other feeders. So its worth it just for the fact its easier to clean.  ” --Nevaschickens

100% Positive Reviews
24" Slide Top Feeder - 9830

24" Slide Top Feeder - 9830

Little Giant ground feeders are constructed of high quality galvanized steel and feature rolled edges for safety. Individual holes minimize waste. Top slides off for easy access.

30 lb. Metal Hanging Feeder

30 lb. Metal Hanging Feeder

“ This feeder is excellent for anyone who has a bunch of birds. It is sturdy and it holds a lot of feed. I found it to be a bit heavy when full but it is manageable. The feeder is adjustable so you can manage the flow of feed depending on whether you are using crumble or pellets. I hang my feeder outside and was concerned about the feed getting wet. I drilled a small hole in a trash barrel lid...” --DaveMorey

100% Positive Reviews
3.3 lb hanging feeder

3.3 lb hanging feeder

“These will not last under real condition year round.  We bought two of these from Premier1, and after two years they started cracking and falling apart.  I had one hanging in my turkey coop this winter, and one day I went into the coop and the hook had broken off , the other one we had just sitting on the ground and it just eventually cracked from use. ” --zekii

0% Positive Reviews